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Oxbow Tavern Replaces Cafe Tallulah

Posted by on Feb 14, 2018 in Food & Drink

A new restaurant, Oxbow Tavern, is scheduled to open in March.  It is located at 240 Columbus Ave, which was formerly occupied by Cafe Talullah. Before that, it was occupied by a Malaysian restaurant called Penang.

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Mimi Restaurant

Posted by on Feb 13, 2018 in Food & Drink, Sponsored

Mimi Restaurant specializes in delivering a taste of Japan with every plate that you order. Their repertoire consists of only seasonal ingredients,  and selections are derived from authenticity and originality.

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Functional Fireplaces of the Upper West Side

Posted by in Blog, Buyers, Love Where You Live Realty, Other, Real Estate, Renters

Functional fireplaces are rare and hard to find these days. Here are two very unique and charming Upper West Side apartments with working fireplaces. They’re both available now! 

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Spring Street Festivals on the UWS

Posted by on Feb 11, 2018 in Events

Here are the spring street festivals on the UWS to look forward to in 2018!

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Valentine’s Day Sweets Your Mate Will Love

Posted by on Feb 10, 2018 in Food & Drink, Other

Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you still haven’t gotten your mate a gift!? Well, sometimes it’s hard to find the perfect snack to express your love. But you’re in luck! Because we’ve located some quirky and yummy Valentine’s Day sweets from some of the best Upper West Side dessert spots. 

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Unseen Oceans at AMNH

Posted by on Feb 10, 2018 in Events, Other

Unseen Oceans at the Museum of Natural History will be opening to the public on March 12th, 2018. Witness the freaky and awesome bottom of the sea as never before seen through advanced robotics technologies. This immersive theater presentation takes viewers on a vertical journey through marine environments at different depths.

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Most Expensive Buildings on the Upper West Side

Posted by in Blog, Other, Real Estate

While many of us prefer to live in a classic New York brownstone on a quiet tree-lined street, curiosity can get the best of us. We’re basing this list on the highest recorded asking prices, because we figure, whether or not the prices were reasonable enough to fetch buyers, they’re decidedly expensive. Here are the most expensive buildings on the Upper West Side.

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Central Park Dance Skaters

Posted by on Feb 6, 2018 in Other, Parks

You’ve seen them before. Or you’ve at least heard about them. When it’s too warm to go ice skating in Central Park, The Central Park Dance Skaters Association can be seen (and joined!) on weekends between April and October at the Skate Circle in Central Park. The Skate Circle (also known as Dead Road) is located just north of Sheep Meadow and West of the Bandshell.

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FREE Superbowl Catering by Parm!

Posted by on Feb 1, 2018 in Food & Drink, Other

Enter for a chance to win free Superbowl catering by Parm!

Parm, renowned for their sandwiches and Italian-American casual fare, has put together a slew of Super Bowl catering options to satisfy groups of all sizes – from the Kick Off Package, a small (variety) sandwich platter that serves six, to the Touchdown Package that serves 25 and includes a large sandwich platter, 60 buffalo wings, a meat and cheese platter, and, to make sure there’s something for everyone Sunday (not just the carnivores), Caesar salads.

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Cheapest Parking in NYC

Posted by on Feb 1, 2018 in Community, Other, Transportation

Finding the cheapest parking in NYC represents a tremendous challenge for residents of the Big Apple, including people on the Upper West Side. With that well understood, there are some individual parking garages that provide better deals. In addition, there are some overall strategies you can employ to address the issue of pricy parking in New York City. In other words, there are ways in which you can access the cheapest parking in NYC.

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